My name is Zoltán Pásztor.
I was born in Hungary, since '96 I live in the Netherlands.
The photos were taken with a panorama camera: the Linhof Technorama 6x17. It took me years to reach a point where the combinations: composition and lighting are so accurate that I can call them my reality. This is the closest approach to how I see the world.
With my device I can display multiple images on each other. I usually take two photos. The first photo serves as a background and the second is made to either put itself in the foreground or just to emphasize the first photo. The lines in the two photos are velvety and the transitions of the images have a very natural course. As a result, it is a long time with salt to figure out which image is on which image is photographed. The images in the photos always have an emotional and local connection with each other. I often use slow shutter speeds.
I scan my photos and I cut the edges in an image editing program.
Because the negatives themselves are already very colorful and scanning is done high quality, further editing is not necessary.
Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age shuld burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light...